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Anderson Warlick elected new NCTO Chairman
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Anderson D. Warlick
Anderson D. Warlick
Anderson D. Warlick, president and CEO of Parkdale Inc in Gastonia, NC, was elected chairman during NCTO's fifth annual meeting held last week at The Madison Loews Hotel in Washington, DC. Warlick, who holds numerous business and civic positions, joined Parkdale Mills in 1984 and became president and CEO in 2001.

He is a graduate of The Citadel, Harvard Business School's Program for Management Development and of the National Cotton Council's Leadership Program.

He also serves on the boards of The Citadel Development Foundation, Parkdale Inc, Kent Manufacturing, Inman Mills, Gaston College Board of Directors for the Textile Technology Center, and the North Carolina Textile Foundation.

Wallace L. Darneille, president and CEO of Plains Cotton Cooperative Association headquartered in Lubbock, TX, was elected vice chairman of the organization.

Elected to the NCTO Board of Directors during the various Council meetings were the following:

Fabric and Home Furnishings Council – Hank Byrd of Schneider Mills; Jerry Cook of Hanesbrands Inc; Jason Copland of Copland Industries; Allen Gant of Glen Raven Inc; David Hastings of Mount Vernon Mills; and Bernie Hodges of Wade Manufacturing Co.

Fiber Council – Donald Burich of INVISTA, Marty Moran of Radicispandex Inc, and James Netzel of DAK Americas.

Yarn Council – Allen Barwick of Shuford Yarns, LLC; Malloy Evans of Frontier Spinning Mills, Inc.; Josh Hamilton of Wellstone Mills; Trey Hodges of Swift Spinning; Gilbert Patrick of Patrick Yarn Mills Inc; and Robin Perkins of Frontier Spinning Mills;


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